My heart was pounding in my chest feeling like it would burst out any minute, “why is this happening I sobbed. I couldn’t even think my head was racing so fast, “how is this possible how….how….HOW!” I shrieked, But that was my biggest mistake.
“Hey Savanna come on we should go,” I yelled to her moving my dark black hair away from my slender face. “James I’m coming down now” Savanna hollers back at me. She bounded down the. steps her red hair waving around her round face, sparkling in the kitchen light. “Are you ready yet?” I asked “Um...yeah I’m ready” she said not so confidently “ Then let’s go” I replied. Savanna and I had been exploring our neighborhood since we were little, so this was a regular night for us. We had flashlights,food,coats, basically anything you would really need. I said “bye” to my parents, and Savanna said “bye to her parents. We had been walking for about an hour when Savanna said “ hey what’s that?” “ Hey what’s that?” Savanna asked me, I looked to where her finger was pointing, and saw a small little shack in the distance. “Let’s check it out” she said bravely. “Ah why not,” I sighed, so Savanna and I trudged through the ankle deep leaves to get to the shed. It looked run down with holes in the side of it, pieces of the shed itself were littered all over the ground. We walked around until we found what looked like a door, I pushed it open as it made a a deafening squeak ringing in my ear
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I wasn’t sure what our day would entail. I could feel a slight tremor present in my body as I slid behind the steering wheel of the MKZ. Running my finger tips over the leather where the treads to the steering wheel was laced together I contemplated leaping from the car and running like hell. This was a seriously stupid and dangerous thing I was about ready to take part in. Could I do this? My mind wanders to the trunk of the vehicle… What’s back there? How much is back there? Enough to be charged with a misdemeanor…a felony! My heart jack hammered in my chest. Was the benefit worth the risk? Feeling panic setting in I swung my legs out of the vehicle just as Eloy took his seat behind me closing the door. His eyes caught mine in the rearview mirror.
Jesse scrambled up the steps and held his hand. “This better be a candy house,” Jesse said shaking like a leaf. They stood with their candy bags out as they heard loud thudding footsteps.
“Yes, let's go,” Lesly says as she pulls my arm towards the tree. Lesly grabs me by my feet to help me boost up to the tree. I start looking around my surroundings and I realized there was so
“You can’t call me redhead anymore,” she smirked at James as they washed the remaining dye down the drain. He rolled his eyes. They put the stained hair towels in the wash with some bleach and grabbed their bags, Grace grabbing a pair of scissors. Before they headed out the door, they took one last look at the house they had grown up in.
“I am just walking home, since I live just down the street. See you later, April!” I yelled over my shoulder as I started to head home. Tonight was fun. I acted normal
"When will we find our new camp?" He looked at the kits, they were skinny... and didn't have much energy to play or anything "The kits need to rest, and recover from the shock of the fire" I said to him, i gave him a look saying we will talk later, he nodded and walked over to Scareye.
“How does she expect a blind bird to soar”, she muttered to herself as she turned her attention back to the hotel room. Her face brightened. The lights were on.
“It’s not that easy Sarah.” I sighed, slumping down in my chair as James entered the room. He took the desk next to me and cringed, waiting for the teacher to call his real name, Jamie, out on
My name was announced over the loud speaker “Gary Winthrop now up to bat.” I stepped into the box and took a practice swing. I starred the pitcher right in the eyes tempting him to throw me the ball. He wound up and threw me a slow curve ball that felt like it was hanging in the air forever. I took one step and took a smooth swing. The ball popped off my bat like a rocket and flew over the fence to score the winning run. All 50,000 fans in the stands went crazy. I heard my alarm clock go off, dang it was just a dream. I really didn't feel like going to school.
“I know, this has really been a childhood dream that's been brought into reality,” Hailey replied a small smile on her lips, Sierra turning to face her. “I wonder what we’ll do here.”